AGO and FrontierSI have launched a program that offers six contracts valued up to $150,000 each for Australian defence industry companies.
The NSW Government, along with technology start-up Giraffe, has launched an ePlanning service that allows users to analyse layers of data about NSW infrastructure.
Kord Defence has secured a contract to help soldiers more effectively control a wide range of body-worn electronic devices using Bluetooth technology.
As part of its Smart City program, the City of Canterbury Bankstown will use camera technology and artificial intelligence to improve safety and congestion.
The first of three Defence satellite ground station projects is now operational in Geraldton, Western Australia, providing real-time logistical information.
The NSW Government has announced that it will use artificial intelligence and data from satellites to speed up bushfire detection and predict fire behaviour.
The ACT Government's Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate was the only Australian winner in this year's Esri GIS Awards.
Aerometrex has picked up $1m in contracts to provide imagery for the Queensland Government's Spatial Imagery Subscription Program.
A new platform displaying virtual 4D models of NSW built and natural areas could soon be used to inform urban planning and policy.
At the Australian Government Digital Awards, Geoscience Australia received the 'Outstanding government platform award' for its 'Digital Earth Australia' platform.
The City of Newcastle's new 'Envirosensing' sensor and IoT network will be used to address a range of local environmental issues such as 'urban heat islands'.
Mapillary is giving Logan City Council more up-to-date images of its road assets, enabling it to better track any issues and allocate resources.
GIS platforms deployed in most government and utility organisations, including IT and data storage architectures, are no longer suitable.
The installation of up to 48 LoRaWAN gateways in Melbourne will help provide insights into community facility usage and improve service deliveries.
The New Zealand government has set aside $1.9m for its contribution towards the testing and development of a system to significantly improve GPS accuracy.